A light festival by citizens for citizens
For the duration of ten nights the north Bavarian town of Kronach starts to light up at nightfall. Illuminated house facades and light art works plunge the 1,000 year old birthplace of Lucas Cranach into a new, unfamiliar light. 2006 KRONACH leuchtet® started out in quite a manageable fashion; in the meantime over 70 light points present themselves on a yearly basis: from architectural lights to one off art pieces that sometimes narrate complete light stories, to video installations and mappings.
Read the full article by Oda Graebner in the latest issue of ArtLight.
May 4, 2018 – Symposium:
Active design of the night cityscape. Light in the field of tension between technology and people
in the slider:
Karin Siegemund and Markus Stirn | The rafter, KRONACH lights® 2017 | Video projection on water drops | Photo: Christian Hoderlein |
in the text:
Classic architectural lighting of the lighting design workshop KRONACH lights up 2017 under the direction of the Coburg university lecturer Michael Müller | Photo: Martin Zwosta |